when space is not to be found

Four Thoughts that Turn the Mind 

Gather your attention on the inhale; 
drop into the body on the exhale.
Reflect on these phrases: 
I am aware of the preciousness of human life. 
I am aware that death is inevitable
I am aware that whatever I do has a result. 
I am aware that if I focus on self-importance, I will experience suffering. 
Then, rest in openness.

~Roshi Joan Halifax

somewhere there is a deeper question…

inquiry for today~ ok. so it’s here……

this

I am half agony

half hope.

~Jane Austen

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